23 Types of Leopard Geckos & Morphs

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Below is a list of a few different types of leopard gecko morphs that are available in today’s pet market. Leopard geckos are low maintenance lizards, so if you’re looking for a pet lizard, this may be the right choice for you. Have in mind, some of these may be under $100 while others may range to the $900’s. The more rare and exotic the morph, color, and pattern is, the higher the price will be.

Albino Leopard Geckos

Bell Albino Leopard Gecko
Bell Albino Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Bell Albino Leopard Gecko

The bell albino leopard gecko was discovered by Mark Bell. The best way to differentiate the bell albino from the other two albino leopard geckos is by the eyes. The bell albino’s eyes are light pink in color.

 

Price: $85

Rainwater Albino Leopard Gecko
Rainwater Albino Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Rainwater Albino Leopard Gecko

The rainwater albino leopard gecko was discovered by Tim Rainwater. The best way to differentiate the rainwater albino from the other two albino leopard geckos is by the skin coloration. The rainwater albino will have a lighter coloration, along with a hint of pink. They are also said to have the darkest eyes out of all three albinos.

 

Price: $100

Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko
Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko

The tremper albino leopard gecko was discovered by Ron Tremper. The best way to differentiate the tremper albino from the other two albino leopard geckos is by the skin coloration. The tremper albino will range in colors from dark browns to light yellows (as pictured). The tremper albino eyes will usually also be silver in color with red veins.

 

Price: $125


Striped Leopard Geckos

Bold Striped Leopard Gecko
Bold Striped Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Bold Striped Leopard Gecko

When you come across a bold striped leopard gecko, you will know immediately. Bold striped leopard geckos will normally carry all their patterns on the side of their bodies, leaving the middle patternless.

 

Price: $175 – $250

Raining Red Striped Leopard Gecko
Raining Red Striped Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Raining Red Stripe Leopard Gecko

Information coming soon!

 

Price: $250

Red Striped Leopard Gecko
Red Striped Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Red Striped Leopard Gecko

The red striped leopard gecko portrays two reddish colored stripes running down the dorsal area. As hatchlings, they will usually show a brownish color where the stripes will be coming in (6 months from hatch date).

 

Price: $275

Reverse Striped White and Yellow Sykes Emerine Leopard Gecko
Reverse Striped White and Yellow Sykes Emerine Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Reverse Striped White and Yellow Sykes Emerine

A reverse striped leopard gecko is similar to a normal striped leopard gecko, but in this case, the line starts at the base of the neck and runs down to the hind legs.

 

Price: $600


Leopard Gecko Morphs

APTOR Leopard Gecko
APTOR Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

APTOR Leopard Gecko

More information coming soon!

 

Price: $150

Bandit Leopard Gecko
Bandit Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Bandit Leopard Gecko

Bandit Leopard Geckos are line bred to have a distinct dark bold band across the nose area (between the nasal openings and the eyes).

 

Price: $200

Blizzard Leopard Gecko
Blizzard Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Blizzard Leopard Gecko

The blizzard leopard gecko is a patternless gecko made up of grey and white coloration. As juveniles, they may show yellow and purple colorings, but as they grow into mature adults, the colors will fade, leaving only the grey and white color.

 

Price: $100

Diablo Blanco Leopard Gecko
Diablo Blanco Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Diablo Blanco Leopard Gecko

The diablo blanco is a patternless white colored gecko with complete red eyes or snake eyes (half red and half yellow).  The diablo blanco leopard gecko is made up of the genes from the Blizzard and RAPTOR morphs which is made up of the Blizzards, Tremper Albinos, Tremper Eclipse, and Patternless Stripe which are recessive traits.

 

Price: $400

Dreamsicle Leopard Gecko
Dreamsicle Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Dreamsicle Leopard Gecko

The dreamsicle leopard gecko is a combination morph made up of the Enigma, RAPTOR, and Mack Snow morphs. When fully grown, their background color is made up of white, while their markings range from light yellow to orange. They will also exhibit red eyes.

 

Price: $300

Halloween Mask Leopard Gecko
Halloween Mask Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Halloween Leopard Gecko

Halloween leopard geckos have a very distinct pattering around their entire body. Their heads will usually show an extreme bold head pattern, while their bodies show unusual patterns. As you can see, the two (head and body) have different pattering from one another.

 

Price: $250

High Yellow Leopard Gecko
High Yellow Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

High Yellow Leopard Gecko

High yellow leopard geckos have a large amount of yellow coloring, a lot more than normals. They also have a reduced amount of black spottings.

 

Price: $75

Mack Snow Leopard Gecko
Mack Snow Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Mack Snow

The mack snow leopard gecko has a reduced amount of yellow pigmentation when fully grown. As juveniles. they will show white bands around their bodies, instead of yellow bands.

 

Price: $100

Murphy Patternless Leopard Gecko
Murphy Patternless Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Murphy Patternless Leopard Gecko

The title speaks for itself. The murphy patternless leopard geckos lacks all patterns and is solid bodied with usually a yellow color, sometimes even a hint of purple will show. A lot of breeders will use this morph as a base for other leopard gecko morphs and projects to get the “patternless” trait.

 

Price: $99

Nova Leopard Gecko
Nova Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Nova Leopard Gecko

The nova leopard gecko is a morph that has a combination of the Enigma and Raptor leopard gecko. The colors vary from light yellow to tangerine.

 

Price: $350

Radar Leopard Gecko
Radar Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Radar Leopard Gecko

The radar leopard gecko is a very rare morph. In order to produce a radar, you must have a combination of the Bell strain albino and an Eclipse. Most true radars exhibit solid red eyes.

 

Price: $225

Super Hypo Tangerine Carrot Tail Leopard Gecko
Super Hypo Tangerine Carrot Tail Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Super Hypo Tangerine Carrot Tail Leopard Gecko

The super hypo tangerine carrot tail leopard gecko is a very popular leopard gecko morph being bought today. This is a line-bred leopard gecko morph that has been bred since the 1980’s. In order to have a S.H.T.C.T, their needs to be no body spots, with at least a 15 – 20 % carrot tail.

 

Price: $100 – $150

Raptor Leopard Gecko
Raptor Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

RAPTOR Leopard Gecko

The raptor leopard gecko was discovered by Ron Tremper. In order to make a RAPTOR, you must have a combination of the eclipse, patternless stripe, and tremper albino morph.

 

Price: $200 – $225


 Giant Leopard Geckos

Giant Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko
Giant Tremper Albino Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Giant Leopard Gecko

Giant leopard geckos are one of the biggest leopard geckos there are for sale. Males average 80 – 110 grams, while females average 60 – 90 grams when fully grown.

 

In the picture shown, a giant tremper albino leopard gecko is seen.

 

Price: $350

Godzilla Super Giant Leopard Gecko
Godzilla Super Giant Leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Godzilla Super Giant Leopard Gecko

Godzilla super giant leopard geckos are the biggest leopard geckos on the market today. As of right now, Steve Sykes from Geckosetc.com is the only real breeder of these leopard geckos. All his godzilla super giant leopard geckos for sale are offspring from his true Godzilla leopard gecko which is the largest leopard gecko in the world weighing in at 170 grams (02/04/09) with 11 and 13/16 inches of length (10/20/10).

 

Price: $750

Super Giant Albino leopard Gecko
Super Giant Albino leopard Gecko, photo by Steve Sykes – Geckos Etc.

Super Giant Leopard Gecko

The super giant albino leopard geckos is the second largest types of leopard geckos being sold on the market. Males average over 110 grams in weight, while females average over 90 grams when fully grown.

 

In the picture shown, a super giant albino leopard gecko is seen.

 

Price: $500

 

The type of leopard gecko that you are looking for may or may not be on here. If you are looking for specific leopard geckos morphs or if you’re trying to see what morph your gecko is, please ask on the forums.

Other Helpful Resources

GeckosEtc – View all the different types of leopard geckos here

139 COMMENTS

    • It is a Mack snow. I have the same one like urs. Look at the description of the Mack snow one

  1. I would LOVE if someone could help me confirm if I have High Yellow Juvi, or what type of Juvi I have. I got my first gecko when he was around a year old so I knew what he was but this little one has me stumped!!!!

    • Hey Dianna,
      I see your profile pic. And from the looks of it, it seems to be a high yellow mixed with something else. I am not entirely sure the mix, but the yellows are different from the head and the rest of the body.

    • OK! lol at least i know what it is half of, there is no way for me to find out where i bought it so i was hoping someone could help me. Thank you so much!!!

      I do have some more questions, is it ok to PM you?

    • Sure, just shoot me a PM using the forums. I am in the “moderators online” box on the right hand side of the forums.

  2. He needs to shed thats why he is so dull. I hate to say it but i actually bought him from pet smart a few days ago because shipping is so high

    • No worries. Thats where I got my first leopard gecko from. Plus, it was only like $15. Can’t beat the price. Shipping charges for leopard geckos can be pricey, so I know where you’re coming from.

    • I know the PetSmart near where I am is awesome. I got my baby from a lower end PetStore, they weren’t feeding it right at all n he looked terrible when I first got him. I admit, I only paid $25 for my hatchling there….

  3. Yea some petsmarts are alright i just wish all of them were . my juvi was like $14 and seems to be in pretty good condition. Although in my opinion the lady who worked with the reptiles didnt really know what she was talking about lol.

  4. I rescued a beautiful little pink but spotted Gheko from in my bath this morning. please don’ t now tell me it was rare as I set him free in the garden!!

  5. My sister has a leopard gecko that I bought. I have no idea what type she is. She kind of looks like a Halloween leopard gecko. But I don’t know.

    • Hello Renea,
      Can you please share a picture with us on the forums? This way, we will be able to help you out better.

  6. I have a gecko that has a ball shaped tail I can’t find the name of it anyone know it looks like a lepord gecko?

  7. I have 2 leos. One male, one female and they are both the same type just not sure what type they are! I’m stuck between Halloween and High Yellow but cant figure out which one! Could be totally wrong on both! Also need to know if they are giant or super giant due to their size! I could email pics!?!?

  8. 2 months ago I rescued a gecko with real bad mbd and would not eat… I have been syring feeding carnivore care diet and also with proper calcium and uvb he is coming around nicely I have pics and would like to know what type or if he is a special color morph because this is my first gecko I also have a red footed tortoise 3 iguanas 2 plated lizards and a beardie if someone can email me and help identify my gecko that would be much appreciated just bear in mind he is being rehabilitated I didn’t make him the way he is….

    • Hello Casey,
      Please provide a picture of your gecko in the forums and we will help as soon as possible. This way, you can get the opinion of others and myself.

  9. I want to get a blizzard gecko but im afraid my high yellow gecko wont get along with her do you know if theyd get along?

    • Hey Berenice,
      Normally female geckos will get along fine with one another (most of the time), two males will normally fight and not get along, and a female and male should only be introduced to one another for breeding. Do you by any chance know the sex of the gecko that you have and the one that you will be getting?

  10. Would you be able to view Instagram links? I’m pretty sure I know what my geckos are, but you seem to know a good deal and confirmation is never a bad thing. If not I can upload to imgur. Thanks in advance!

    • Hey Brandon,

      That’s a wicked looking leopard gecko. Very nice. I don’t know the morph at the top of my head. Let me email a friend who breeds these on a large scale and get back to you.

  11. I believe I have a rainwater albino baby but I’m not positive. Wondering if anyone can help confirm or correct my thinking? Not sure how to insert pictures.

    • Hey Adrienne,
      Please start a thread on the forum and upload a pic. It may be easier for you to do it that way.

  12. Hey! I need help identifying my Juvie leopard gecko. I feel like it is a high yellow but I have this strange feeling that is a tremper albino. I’d be more than happy to give pictures to let you make an identification. Help!

  13. Hello, I have 9 leopard geckos, I may know some of the morphs but I’m not 100% sure, just wondering if you could help me out?

  14. Hey Billy, i couldn’t figure out how to reply to you’re comment but here is the link to my pictures: http://leopardgeckoman.imgur.com/all/

    I’m not 100% sure on all the morphs but here is a list of what i think they should be, and they should be matched up with the pictures.
    1- Phantom
    2- Tremper Albino
    3- Rainwater Albino
    4-Jungle Mack Snow
    5-Murphy s Patternless
    6-Blizzards 50% Snake Eye
    7-Jungle something
    8-Mack snow
    9-Blizzard
    10- Super hypo tangerine

    Thanks!

    • Hey Brandon,
      I tried looking at your pictures but I think you have the privacy setting on. I get this…
      “leopardgeckoman’s images are not publicly available.”

  15. i changed the settings so it should work now, i just got a female today and she weighs right about 70g. she is alot larger then my other geckos. could she be a possible giant? shes the one with my “phantom” in the first picture. thanks!

  16. I have a male gecko that I just got today. I got my female in 2010 and I know she is a Halloween morph bu I’m not sure about him. He is darker in color and has dark bands of brown and then stripes of yellow with dark spots. They are horizontal stripes.

  17. Hi I’m new to this and bought a few leopard geckos from some shows and from random ppl who didn’t know what the morphs we’re could you help me out with this?? At least some type of guess??

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  18. I just took over the care of a 4 year old male Rare Albino Leo, that hasn’t been handled much. I’m in the process of getting it used to being handled (with a few bites). But my question is, could I put a female leo in with him? I’m afraid of stressing him but would like to know if adding another would be safe.

    • Hey Crystal,
      It really isn’t recommended to put a female and male together unless you intend to breed them. If the female is underweight, she can also become very stressed and run into physical issues early on if she becomes egg bound due to the male mating with her. Hope this helps.

  19. Hi! I’m trying to figure out what morph my juvenile leopard gecko is. I don’t know how to post a picture or link on here but I do have some pics on my pinterest page. My username is imsweetamber and the board with pics is called my new leopard gecko! If someone could help thst would be awesome. I’ve only had her a week and I think he’s about a month old.

  20. Hi, can I get some help identifying my four Leopard Geckos morphs and everything? I am looking to rehome them and it will be very difficult to do so without the info. My knowledge is in bearded dragons, so I’m in need of some educating.

    • Hello Courtney,
      I am no specialist in figuring out leopard gecko morphs, but I will give a crack at it. Please post some pictures and I will do my very best to research and try to figure out which morphs you have.

  21. I have a leopard gecko that is covered in a dull yellow with gray areas, and a gray tail, on the tail there are some orange spots also. Dark brown short stripes on the head and spots of brown to black to gray on body. He is almost 3 years, too, if that helps. What breed is he?

  22. I have a blizzard gecko and am trying to find out what morph it is? I’m new to geckos and happened upon this amazing little thing that a pet store was trying to sell but no one seemed to want as they thought it was not worth anything. I’d like to know about it a little more in case I decideto find it a tankmate.

    • Hello Michael,
      Blizzard is indeed a morph, so you might have answered your own question, but if you want reassurance, share a picture, and we will be able to help you.

  23. Hey I was wondering if you could provide me with some info of my geckos. I am pretty sure I have a baby hypo but I also have others any help?

    • Hello Tali,
      What a beautiful leopard gecko you have. Can you please share another picture with the colors showing more on the back side of him? I can’t tell how much yellow/orange there is with the lighting in the picture you shared.

    • Hey Steph,
      That is a beautiful leopard gecko. Where did you get him/her?
      I would say it is a mix between the bell albino and a hypo, possible tangerine.

  24. I am super excited for my birthday, I am going to get a leopard gecko, and I am kind of interested in the striped ones. I was thinking about the tangerine morph. How cool is an orange gecko with indigo stripes?!

    • Hey Clare,
      They are all really cool. You can’t go wrong with any of them. Don’t forget to post pictures!!

  25. Thanks, Billy!
    My new gecko is really pretty (I got him as an early present), I will take pictures soon. He is sort of cream-colored, with a purple tail, orange flecks, bluish feet, and green eyelids. I think he is some sort of raptor, but I’m not sure. He doesn’t have a ton of markings, though.

  26. Have 2 new Texas geckos which they call house gecko’s. Both about 2 months old? Are they also called Mediterranean gecko’s when Googled they appear to be the listed under the same.

    • Hey Jim,
      Not an expert on the names, but I do see the same thing you are are seeing online, so I would say yes. Very cool geckos. How are they doing so far?

  27. Hi! So i have two leos and oldest is 3. other is 2. One looks like a high yellow, But i don’t know what the other is. She’s grey. but has high yellow markings. but very very grey looking. Help, please!

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